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Apache Module mod_cache_disk

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Description:Disk based storage module for the HTTP caching filter.
Status:Extension
ModuleIdentifier:cache_disk_module
SourceFile:mod_cache_disk.c
Summary

    mod_cache_disk implements a disk based storage
    manager for mod_cache.

    The headers and bodies of cached responses are stored separately on
    disk, in a directory structure derived from the md5 hash of the cached
    URL.

    Multiple content negotiated responses can be stored concurrently,
    however the caching of partial content is not yet supported by this
    module.

    Atomic cache updates to both header and body files are achieved
    without the need for locking by storing the device and inode numbers of
    the body file within the header file. This has the side effect that
    cache entries manually moved into the cache will be ignored.

    The htcacheclean tool is provided to list cached
    URLs, remove cached URLs, or to maintain the size of the disk cache
    within size and/or inode limits. The tool can be run on demand, or
    can be daemonized to offer continuous monitoring of directory sizes.

    Note:
      mod_cache_disk requires the services of
      mod_cache, which must be
      loaded before mod_cache_disk.
    
    Note:
      mod_cache_disk uses the sendfile feature to
      serve files from the cache when supported by the platform, and
      when enabled with EnableSendfile.
      However, per-directory and .htaccess configuration of
      EnableSendfile are ignored by
      mod_cache_disk as the corresponding settings are not
      available to the module when a request is being served from the
      cache.
    

Directives

 CacheDirLength
 CacheDirLevels
 CacheMaxFileSize
 CacheMinFileSize
 CacheReadSize
 CacheReadTime
 CacheRoot

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Caching Guide
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CacheDirLength Directive

Description:The number of characters in subdirectory names
Syntax:CacheDirLength length
Default:CacheDirLength 2
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheDirLength directive sets the number
    of characters for each subdirectory name in the cache hierarchy. It can
    be used in conjunction with CacheDirLevels to
    determine the approximate structure of your cache hierarchy.
    A high value for CacheDirLength combined
    with a low value for CacheDirLevels will result in
    a relatively flat hierarchy, with a large number of subdirectories at each
    level.

    
      The result of CacheDirLevels* CacheDirLength
      must not be higher than 20.
    




CacheDirLevels Directive

Description:The number of levels of subdirectories in the
cache.
Syntax:CacheDirLevels levels
Default:CacheDirLevels 2
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheDirLevels directive sets the number
    of subdirectory levels in the cache. Cached data will be saved this
    many directory levels below the CacheRoot directory.
    A high value for CacheDirLevels combined
    with a low value for CacheDirLength will result in
    a relatively deep hierarchy, with a small number of subdirectories at each
    level.

    
      The result of CacheDirLevels*
      CacheDirLength must
      not be higher than 20.
    




CacheMaxFileSize Directive

Description:The maximum size (in bytes) of a document to be placed in the
cache
Syntax:CacheMaxFileSize bytes
Default:CacheMaxFileSize 1000000
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheMaxFileSize directive sets the
    maximum size, in bytes, for a document to be considered for storage in
    the cache.

    CacheMaxFileSize 64000




CacheMinFileSize Directive

Description:The minimum size (in bytes) of a document to be placed in the
cache
Syntax:CacheMinFileSize bytes
Default:CacheMinFileSize 1
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheMinFileSize directive sets the
    minimum size, in bytes, for a document to be considered for storage
    in the cache.

    CacheMinFileSize 64




CacheReadSize Directive

Description:The minimum size (in bytes) of the document to read and be cached
  before sending the data downstream
Syntax:CacheReadSize bytes
Default:CacheReadSize 0
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheReadSize directive sets the
    minimum amount of data, in bytes, to be read from the backend before the
    data is sent to the client. The default of zero causes all data read of
    any size to be passed downstream to the client immediately as it arrives.
    Setting this to a higher value causes the disk cache to buffer at least
    this amount before sending the result to the client. This can improve
    performance when caching content from a reverse proxy.

    This directive only takes effect when the data is being saved to the
    cache, as opposed to data being served from the cache.

    CacheReadSize 102400




CacheReadTime Directive

Description:The minimum time (in milliseconds) that should elapse while reading
  before data is sent downstream
Syntax:CacheReadTime milliseconds
Default:CacheReadTime 0
Context:server config, virtual host, directory, .htaccess
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheReadTime directive sets the minimum amount
    of elapsed time that should pass before making an attempt to send data
    downstream to the client. During the time period, data will be buffered
    before sending the result to the client. This can improve performance when
    caching content from a reverse proxy.

    The default of zero disables this option.

    This directive only takes effect when the data is being saved to the
    cache, as opposed to data being served from the cache. It is recommended
    that this option be used alongside the
    CacheReadSize directive to
    ensure that the server does not buffer excessively should data arrive faster
    than expected.

    CacheReadTime 1000




CacheRoot Directive

Description:The directory root under which cache files are
stored
Syntax:CacheRoot directory
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_cache_disk

    The CacheRoot directive defines the name of
    the directory on the disk to contain cache files. If the mod_cache_disk module has been loaded or compiled in to the
    Apache server, this directive must be defined. Failing to
    provide a value for CacheRoot will result in
    a configuration file processing error. The CacheDirLevels and CacheDirLength directives define
    the structure of the directories under the specified root directory.

    CacheRoot c:/cacheroot





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